Luxury Home Furnishings Showroom Manager

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Location
West Palm Beach, FL
Job Type
Direct Hire
Date
Sep 28, 2017
Job ID
2526823
MUST HAVE INTERIOR DESIGN/HOME FURNISHINGS EXPERIENCE.

A luxury home furnishings company with multiple US locations is seeking a highly motivated Showroom Manager for their flagship showroom. Excellent opportunity for a highly-driven sales professional with a proven track record of cultivating customer relationships and meeting sales goals. MUST HAVE Experience in the luxury home furnishings market. Must possess a passion for sales and be customer service oriented.

Showroom Manager Responsibilities:
Lead Sales Team and generate sales for all brands and product categories
Manage and maintain current accounts
Identify new clients and develop new client relationships
Recognize and develop new business opportunities
Place, manage and follow up on orders
Work closely with customer service department
Monitor and analyze the market to optimize sales strategy
Help to maintain showroom merchandising, new collection installations and general showroom maintenance.

Showroom Manager Requirements:
Minimum of 5 years of experience in the luxury Architecture and/or Interior Design industry
Strong written and verbal communications skills
Attention to details and able to multi-task
Team player
Commitment to excellence

Excellent compensation and benefits package for qualified candidates.

To apply for this Showroom Manager position, please submit your cover letter (listing salary history), resume, and references as outlined below.

All experience, references and statements related to your application or candidacy are presumed to be truthful and accurate and are subject to validation. Providing false or misleading information, or omitting relevant information, may be grounds for the withdrawal of any application or candidacy. References from former peers and colleagues, rather than the employer itself, may be deemed insufficient and additional information may be required. Design Management Company has sole and exclusive discretion to determine whether the information provided by a candidate is sufficient.